Bamo TS 11 Temperature Probe with Pt 100 Ω Sensor

Bamo TS 11 Temperature Probe with Pt 100 Ω Sensor

Bamo TS 11 Temperature Probe with Pt 100 Ω Sensor  is based on variation of resistance from metallic wires (resistors) against variations of temperature. Materials most often used are platinum and nickel. Platinum offers a large temperature range and a good linearity. His pureness and chemical inertia guarantee a high stability of sensor itself.

Relation between platinum resistance and temperature according Standard CEI 751 is as following formula (restricted):

Rt = Ro [ 1 + At + Bt2 + Ct3 (t – 100)]

  • Rt : Sensor resistance at temperature t
  • Ro : Sensor resistance at 0°C
  • t : Temperature in °C
  • A B C : coefficients according to previous calibration ( C = 0 for positive temperature in °C)

Industrial probes and boards are based on:

  • Ro = 100 Ohm at 0°C
  • R100 = 138.5 Ohm at 100°C

Bamo TS 11 Features

  • Sensor Pt 100 Ω at 0 °C
  • Range from -50 to +250 °C
  • Stem and fitting in AISI 316 L
  • Head in aluminum alloy or in plastic
  • Stainless steel temperature probe with BSP 1/2” connection

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Specification

Operating range: -50°C … +250°C
Material: Stainless steel 316 L
Process connection: BSP 1/2”
Housing: Aluminium
Stem: Ø 6 mm
Sensor: single, 3 wires technique
Class B
Electrical connections: Screw connectors

Download Data Sheet: Temperature Probe with Pt 100 Ω Sensor TS 11

Ref: bamo.eu

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